Chris is an award-winning reporter who started with KDKA in May of 2019. He is thrilled to tell your stories in his hometown!

Joined KDKA: May 2019
Hometown: Crescent Township
Alma Mater: Moon Area High School and Point Park University

Music: 80s, 90s, 2000s, rock, and pop unless I’m cooking then it’s Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra
Movie: There’s too many to just pick one
TV Show: The Neighborhood, Big Bang Theory, Stranger Things on Netflix
Book: The Godfather
Hobbies: Cooking, running, gardening
Sports Team: TOTAL YINZER! I love the Steelers, Pens, Pirates, and Pitt!
Food: Italian
Local Restaurant: Oakmont Bakery
Hidden PA Gem: The people are some of the nicest you will find anywhere in the country
Sport/Exercise: Running, hiking, kayaking
Historical Figure: Neil Armstrong
Favorite Pennsylvanian: Fred Rogers
Quote: “The only thing we have to fear is… fear itself” – President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Vacation Spot: The beach!
Holiday: Christmas
Guilty Pleasure: Video Games
Planet: Earth

Facebook or Twitter? Twitter
Cats or Dogs? Dogs (Sorry, I don’t trust cats)
Beatles or Rolling Stones? Beatles
Comedy or Tearjerker? Comedy
Phone Call or Text Message? Phone call
Mac or PC? PC
Coffee or Tea? Tea with honey
Paper or Plastic? Paper
Morning Person or Night Person? Morning person
East Coast or West Coast? East coast
Star Trek or Star Wars? Star Wars (The original trilogy are the best ones)

Chris is an award-winning reporter who started with KDKA in May of 2019. He is thrilled to tell your stories in his hometown!

Prior to coming back to Pittsburgh, Chris worked at WSET in Lynchburg, Virginia, in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. While he was there, he covered major stories including the scandals that rocked Virginia politics, the chaos in Charlottesville that followed the “Unite the Right” rally, Virginia Tech’s 10th anniversary of the deadly mass shooting on campus, and several damaging storms, including a tornado that tore through 20-miles.

He was honored to cover stories nationally for the company.

Chris’ work was recognized by the Associated Press of the Virginias, naming him one of their reporters of the year.

Before living in Virginia, Chris worked at WPMT in the Harrisburg area and WCTI along the North Carolina Coast.

Chris was born and raised in the shadow of the Pittsburgh International Airport, in Crescent Township. After graduating from Moon Area High School, he moved downtown to attend Point Park University. While there he double majored in Broadcast Journalism and Television Production. He also interned at KDKA before graduating.

Chris is an avid Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins fan. He currently lives in Pittsburgh with his wife. They both enjoy running along the city’s trails.

If you see him out, (he’ll probably be wearing something with black and gold on it) stop and say hi!